Works

"There are two basic principles of musical structure I rely on. The first is expressed by the force of attraction, (gravity, love, concentration, creation), and the second lies in the idea of repetition, (materialization, duration). My mindfulness of this constitutes the only score. I find I must wait before the beginning of each performance until I am surprised by the first sound I make and the fact that it is made. Then, I feel ready to proceed."

Leonardo 5, 1. Also in Malina, F.J. (ed.). (1973). Kinetic art. (New York: Dover Pub.), 152–156.
Japanese translation. (1974). Space Design, 10. (Tokyo: Kajima Institute Pub. Co.).

[SCORE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD] The score describes instructions for setting up a particular electronics system and a performance paradigm for one or two brainwave performers.

With Jon Hassell, J.B. Floyd, Terry Clarke, and Rick Homme; cross–stylistic improvisation utilizing composed starting points.

Three movements, each containing patterns outlining musical materials intended to articulate an improvisational landscape, notated as if for keyboards but appropriate for a wide variety of ensemble instrumentations.

Interview for the article by Stephen Dewar. The Globe and Mail. (November 11, 1972). (Toronto).

[SCORE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD] The score describes instructions for setting up a particular electronics system, computer aided waveform analysis, and a performance paradigm for four brainwave performers.

A segment on biofeedback and music written by David Rosenboom, directed by Karl Sabbagh, produced by the BBC for the Horizons Series, London.

Made for a film by Stuart Murphy, various sections performed by the composer on trumpet with tape delay, Hammond B3 organ, violin, bass, drums, and ARP 2600 synthesizer.

Produced by National Educational Television for the Free Time Series, includes discussion with David Rosenboom, Dr. Edgar E. "Ted" Coons, Dr. Neal Miller, and Eric Pepper with performance by Rosenboom, New York.

ARP 2500 synthesizer, made for film by Les Mezei, produced for the Ontario Educational Communications Authority.

Discussion and demonstration with David Rosenboom and David Frost, produced for the David Frost Show by Westinghouse Group "W", New York.

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